Connect with Customer eProcurement System
Whether you are looking for a fast set up, competitive pricing or complete customisation, GetJohn offers a Punchout system that will work to your needs
Communication with I.T staff is important when creating your Punchout Catalog. Our fast response time means we connect systems quickly.
On All SaaS Systems
We understand purchasing systems and know how to connect to each major Platform. We work with popular technologies such as cXML, OCI and SAML.
We pride ourselves on communicating with our clients – this includes pricing. We outline our project costs with a high degree of accuracy.
Built For You
GetJohn has been creating fully personalised Punchout Catalogs for over a decade. We made bespoke punchouts for over 30 brands.
What is Punchout Catalog?
Punchout catalog software punches the suppliers eCommerce platform into the internal eProcurement system of the buyer, as a result automating manual tasks and therefore providing simple, error-free purchasing for customers.
A Punch out ordering system makes it easy for your buyers to create purchase orders due to it electronically transferring purchase orders into your system. Resulting in the removal of re-keying orders!
How Punchout Catalog Works
Learn More About Punchout Software in Our Case Study
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Get Started With Standard Supplier Punchout
Level 2 Punchout
Route Buyers to Multiple Stores Globally
Custom Tax, Shipping & Currency Options
GetJohn developers have more than 18 years of experience with major eCommerce and procurement providers.
eProcurement systems we work with include:
- SAP Ariba
We Will Create a Punchout for All Major Platforms
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Punchout Order FAQs
By and large, the ideal type is where the buyer lands on your eCommerce website so that you control all the product data and stock levels, referred to as a “Level 2 punchout” or just a “Punchout Catalog”. Some buyers use older technology and therefore ask for a “CIF catalog”, a spreadsheet loaded into their system containing all your product data. Consequently, the buyers literally choose from within their own system. That doesn’t require you to have your own website, but it makes it more difficult to keep the information up to date.